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Preparing banquet at the "36. Line" - beach restaurant in Jurmala, Latvia
Latvia

"36. Line" Restaurant

Jūrmala, 36. līnija 1202, LV-2010, Latvia

Table orders: +371 22 010 696

Website - http://www.lauris-restaurant.lv

Virtual tour of the restaurant -
http://www.virtuallatvia.lv/Tours/36Line/360.html

"Club36"
Jūrmala, 36. līnija 1202, LV-2010, Латвия
Заказ столиков: +371 22 010 696

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Taken: 05/09/2011
上传: 05/09/2011
更新: 01/08/2014
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Tags: banketi; restorāni; jurmala; lielupe; 36. līnija; 360 grādu virtuāla tūre; latvija; Банкеты
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